We’ve seen more and more stories about dog bites and vets treating them, and the first step in getting them all is getting your dog tested.
You can do this on your own, or with a licensed veterinary clinic.
You can do it with a vet who will test your dog for rabines, or even on your dog.
But if you have a dog that has been bitten and need to be tested, you can’t do it alone.
Veterinarians at the National Veterinary Medical Association have an app for that, called Vet-X.
The app allows you to connect with a doctor, who will run a blood test for rabine exposure and then run a rabies vaccination.
Vet-X is free, and there are no registration fees.
You don’t have to go to a licensed vet to use it, but you’ll want to register with it.
For more information, read this story from the Wall Street Journal.
Here’s a list of the clinics that offer free testing for dogs: The Veterinary Medical Group at New York University has a free app called Rabies Vaccine.
The Vet-Amp at American Veterinary Medical Assoc.
And Petsmart at Lone Tree Veterinary Clinic in Cedar Park, Minnesota, is free.
You’ll need to register for the app and pay $10 to get the free test.
There’s also a free online version of VaxVax available for $1.99 per month.
All of these clinics are good options if you’re not sure which one is right for you.
If you’re at all concerned about rabies, there are some good alternatives.
The most recent study, published in the journal Animal Science, looked at more than 3,000 people who had had a dog bitten.
It found that a small percentage of those people had received a second rabine shot after getting their first.
Those people were also more likely to be male, to have had a previous rabine infection, and to have been vaccinated with the third vaccine, which has been shown to be more effective.
It’s not clear if this means those people were more likely, as well, to be vaccinated with a second vaccine.
But if the third shot is also effective, then the vaccinated person may actually be less likely to have a repeat bite.
Other studies have found similar results.
One study from the University of Virginia found that the second vaccine shot, after the first, reduced the risk of recurrence by 67%.
But another study found that those who received the second shot had a 71% reduction in the risk.
That study did not include people who received both shots, so its results are not as conclusive.
I hope this post helps.
I’ve used Vet-Ex, and it’s a fantastic tool.
It’s not perfect, but it’s more comprehensive than most of the apps.
Plus, it has a few great features like tracking the vaccine status and showing how many shots are left in your dog’s system.
I recommend trying it out, though.
Image credit: Kelsey Pascual, via The Huffington Post